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Following their second album “Men Singing”, Kscope has re-released Henry Fool's long unavailable eponymous 2001 debut album. Remastered by Pink Floyd's award- winning engineer Andy Jackson and with two tracks mixed by Steven Wilson, this version comes with new artwork by Regal Worm/I Monster's Jarrod Gosling and a booklet featuring sleeve notes by founder members Tim Bowness and Stephen Bennett. The album is on sale now from the Henry Fool's online store

A special edition of Men Singing will be released in South America over the Summer.





Tim Bowness and Henry Fool have announced two "An Evening With Tim Bowness and Henry Fool" concerts to take place this July, showcasing material by Henry Fool, No- Man and Tim's forthcoming InsideOut label album, "Abandoned Dancehall Dreams".

Henry Fool have also formally announced that Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree, Ex-Wise Heads) has joined the band and will participate in all upcoming dates and recording sessions scheduled for this summer. In addition, Tim along with his Henry Fool co- founder Stephen Bennett continues to write material for a third HF album and the full band sessions will hopefully provide further new material.

On stage, Tim and Colin will be performing alongside current No-Man and Sanguine Hum members Andrew Booker, Mike Bearpark and Stephen Bennett, plus saxophonist/ flautist Myke Clifford from The Pink Floyd Dimension.

The concerts will take place at The Borderline in London on 11th July and at a CRS event in Maltby, Yorkshire on 12th July.

Special guests at both events will be K-Scope label band NoSound and Esoteric label artist Matt Stevens.

Colin Edwin is effusive about the shows and joining Henry Fool “I'm looking forward to making some noise in the (paradoxically) quixotic yet structured and simultaneously unconstrained environment of Henry Fool-dom".

Stephen Bennett had this to say about this flurry of Henry Fool activity: “These shows comes at an exciting time for the revived Henry Fool. Having Colin in the band allows the Fool to stretch musically – he and Andrew Booker create a tight and exciting rhythm section that works well with Myke Clifford’s sax and Mike Bearpark’s guitar

Henry Fool are also due play the Eppyfest and Resonance festivals on 5 July and 2 August respectively, although Tim Bowness is unable to appear on those occasions due to other commitments.

Tour dates (promoted/managed by We Do Band Stuff in association with Kscope and Inside Out) :

  1. -05 July 2014 - Eppyfest, Stroud, Glos

- 11 July 2014 - The Borderline, Soho, London (w/NoSound and Matt Stevens)

- 12 July 2014 - The Wesley Centre, Maltby (in association with the CRS) (w/NoSound and Matt Stevens)

- 02 August 2014 - The Resonance Festival, Balham, London

Tickets available direct from the venues, and